ITV chief executive Carolyn McCall used her address at the ISBA conference to make a strong case for the benefits of TV advertising.
SheSays is launching an International Women's Day open brief aimed at promoting the organisation and getting exposure for female creatives.
Droga5 London has been appointed to handle the global launch advertising for Mini Electric, following a competitive pitch.
Transport for London's top marketer Chris Macleod has taken on the newly-created role of customer director as part of the body's aim to improve its service for customers.
Facebook is overhauling how its news feed works to make posts from businesses, brands and media less prominent.
Barclaycard is launching the "Barclaycard 31 day challenge" to encourage consumers to try something new every day for the month of January.
Aesop has unveiled Oliver Group chief creative officer Brian Cooper as its next creative leader.
Senior freelance creative Fabiana Xavier has been elected as the next president of SheSays.
Marks & Spencer has released a teaser for its 2017 Christmas ad, starring former newsreader Angela Rippon, that features a fleeting glimpse of Paddington Bear.
The media industry has been left reeling by a number of high-profile departures.
A Labour government would back tech innovations that were owned by the people who worked for them.
Public Health England has unveiled a three-year strategy up to 2020, which places technology at the heart of its mission to improve the nation's health.
Public Health England has appointed Ogilvy UK to create a digital campaign aimed at encouraging young people to use condoms over the festive season.
Public Health England's three-year marketing strategy has revealed it is on the hunt for a deep relationship with a tech platform as part of its drive to foster healthier lifestyles.
L'Oréal found itself at the centre of a race row last week after it cut ties with its new brand ambassador Munroe Bergdorf.
We need to ensure that the industry does not simply hop from one burning issue to the next without ever resolving any of them.
Publicis Groupe chief executive Arthur Sadoun has delivered a bullish defence of his decision to withdraw the network from trade events and flagship award shows such as Cannes Lions.
Marks & Spencer marketing chief Patrick Bousquet-Chavanne and Leo Rayman, the chief executive the retailer's ad agency, Grey London, open up on the new marketing strategy and the chemistry between their teams.
Procter & Gamble chief brand officer Marc Pritchard has underlined the importance of craft and creativity to his brand-building efforts.
Heavily favored to win at Cannes, the bronze statue delivered three big wins in the early days of the festival.